Hello again everybody! Today we’re gonna delve into a bit of an interesting topic: Web Designer, UI/UX Designer, or both?
You’re a Web Designer that has the ability to create beautiful interfaces. You know how to utilize colors well, how to use the Gestalt Principles like the back of your hand, and have a keen eye for pixel-perfect design. The creations you make are extremely aesthetically pleasing.
On the flip side of the coin, you know exactly why everything in your interface is designed the way you have it. You’re an expert in Color Theory, know Nielsen’s Ten Heuristics, a guru at Conceptual Design, and always think of the User First. The interfaces you make are not only pleasing to the eye, but provide an excellent experience for users.
So, what exactly are you?
Did you learn too much?
You’re one of the extreme rarity who know both Design AND UX. Your skills are invaluable in the world!
So is there any real significance to this?
Other than the fact that you’re highly marketable in the job market, your designs have a higher “class” than just any design. Your designs are built with a concrete plan supported by real-world data. You are one of the few who can truly combine both UX and UI. You are truly a remarkable rarity.
Not only are your designs great to the eye, but they have a true meaning of how they are designed.
——User First, Designer Second——